Over time, the intimacy in a relationship can start to fade away. It isnâ€™t because we donâ€™t love each other as much, but we just donâ€™t make it a priority anymore. When I say intimacy, please donâ€™t mistake that to mean only sex. There are so many other levels of intimacy that you can bring back into your relationship. In fact, doing so will more than likely make your sex life better than ever.
Show of Appreciation
Take the time to appreciate each other for the little things throughout the day. Give each other a hug or kiss. When you sit together, sit close by each other. Hold hands as you take an evening walk or even as you walk through the shopping center. This will help you feel much closer to each other throughout the day. Talking with each other and being able to trust one another can also improve your intimacy. Donâ€™t go tell your best friend everything that takes place between you and your spouse. Respect them enough to keep some things to yourself.
Power of Acceptance
Make sure you accept your spouse for all that they are rather than for all you want them to be. Feeling loved and accepted for who you are can make a person feel worthy of a quality relationship. It also makes you feel save enough to try new things in your relationship. An insecure person is not comfortable with variations to sexual activity in their relationship.
Spend Time with Each Other
Always make time for your spouse no matter how busy you are. Nothing makes a relationship more intimate than knowing your spouse is the one you can come to with your good news, your fears, and your frustrations. Remaining supportive and non-judgmental will help you both feel intimate while you are in the bedroom and in all the other aspects of your life.